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Re: Changed graphics backend?

From: Martijn
Subject: Re: Changed graphics backend?
Date: Tue, 24 Aug 2010 09:49:51 +0200

Gnuplot itself has several backends too. The nice one is wxt, the
not-so-nice one on linux is X11. Which backends are available on windows
I do not know. But you can change them using
setenv('GNUTERM', 'wxt')
This will probably give you your nice plotting environment back.


On Tue, 2010-08-24 at 08:30 +0200, Steen Eiler Jørgensen wrote:
> On my last Octave installation (MS Windows), whenever I plotted 
> anything, I got these nice, rather small windows with a toolbar on top 
> for zooming, saving etc. But first and foremost, the font size was 
> *perfect*.
> I had to reinstall, and now (Octave 3.2.3), when I plot, I get very 
> large windows with no toolbar, and when I save the images as eps, the 
> font size is very small, and I have to manually increase font size to 20 
> to make it readable.
> Has the graphics backend changed? I don't think I made any choices as to 
> graphics backend when I installed. The command available_backends() 
> gives me only gnuplot.
> What am I doing wrong? I want my old plotting environment back!
> Best regards,
> Steen Jorgensen
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